The Regional Council of Churches of Atlanta and the Death Penalty

October 21, 2010 Pastors Breakfast Dialogue

Reverberations from an Execution

Speakers with contact information at October 21, 2010 Pastors Breakfast Dialogue at St. Luke's Episcopal Bios.doc

Pastoral Letter Against Death Penalty from the Christian Council of Metropolitan Atlanta (RCCAtl)

Georgians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty is the statewide coalition of concerned organizations and individuals working for greater fairness in Georgia's criminal justice system and an end to capital punishment. There are currently active chapters in Atlanta, Macon, and Athens We welcome Sam Gonzalez, new coordinator to the Georgia office. He will be pleased to talk with you or to your congregation about the organization. 678-431-6078.

People of Faith against the Death Penalty

The Innocence Project

Council for Restorative Justice


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An interesting website if you are looking for information about the death penalty is Death Penalty Info.

Why I am against the death penalty by Steve Brown

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